Present your yoga classes

Creating a site when you're an independent yoga instructor or a yoga studio has major benefits, one of which is the chance to present the yoga classes on offer. As you know, there are numerous different forms of yoga, as well as different ways to teach the same style of yoga.
So here are some tips that will help you present your yoga classes on your website.

Yoga styles

The wide variety of yoga styles (Hatha, Vinyasa, Iyengar, Bikram, Nidra...) can be confusing or even scare off prospective students who don't know much about yoga.

It's important to introduce the different forms of yoga that you teach, so that students know what to bring to and can decide which one is best. You can give them details about your class, for example whether it's dynamic or restorative yoga, involves spirituality, etc. And you can also let experienced yogis know about the courses you offer.

For example, add a presentation of your courses using descriptions and pictures, and help your students choose the one that suits them.

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The teaching environment

When we look for a yoga class, we want to get as many details as possible. By creating a yoga studio site, you'll be able to present the studio and/or the instructors in order to reassure and inform people who visit your site, even if you are an independent instructor.
You can also tell them about the premises or the environment to help them feel comfortable about taking a class.

Understanding the teaching methods is essential when we choose a yoga instructor. So it's really important to tell your potential students about your teaching methods and philosophy.

How your courses are run

Yogis don't practice yoga in the same way, so you should tell them about the types of courses you teach. For example, a beginner may want to start with a private lesson, whilst an experienced yogi may prefer a class etc.
Plus, you should specify the level of each class, so that visitors to your site can see if a particular class is right for them and if it's held at a convenient time.
You can also list prices or provide a link to a detailed pricing page and any deals you offer for courses.
Finally, you can give them any additional information about the course, for example if they need to bring their own mat, what to wear etc.

As you can see, a site is a great way to tell potential yogis all they need to know about your classes (style, method, structure etc.) So, create your yoga instructor site now and present your courses to future students in a simple, effective way!